Health of America: 2011

November 6, 2009

While current events look rather grim – collapsing economy, dangerous vaccines, war with Iran – Gerald Celente, of the Tends Research Institute (www.trendsresearch.com) has made some inspiring predictions for the future of health by as early as 2011. Now, he’s not a psychic, yet the New York Times wrote:  “If Nostradamus were alive today, he’d […]

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No H1N1 Vaccine for Dr. Oz’s Kids

October 21, 2009

Last week Dr. Mercola shared two videos on his site. One from CNN. Another from FOX Chicago. Both interviewing Dr. Mehmet Oz of the The Dr. Oz Show. In both videos Dr. Oz recommends people get the H1N1 vaccine. Then he “winks,”admitting  neither his wife nor his four children will be getting the controversial injection. […]

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No Time to Exercise?

October 13, 2009

We find time to sleep. We find time to eat. We find time to brush our teeth. We find time to watch a movie. We find time to copulate (which can count as exercise). We find time to earn money to pay for supplements. But people keep on telling me they don’t have time for […]

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Am I Too Hard On Mainstream Medicine? (Part 2)

October 7, 2009

There are plenty of nice and well-meaning people working in the medical establishment. But their “niceness” won’t help you if they give you an expensive and harmful drug when there was an effective and natural alternative. Last post I told you how I was criticized for being too critical of mainstream medicine. I’d like to […]

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Am I Too Hard On Mainstream Medicine? (Part 1)

October 5, 2009

Mainstream medicine performs wonders each minute of the day – saving people from life-and-death emergencies. But don’t confuse traumatic care with health care. They aren’t the same thing. A reader of this blog wrote me to say… “I do not believe in blacklisting either alternative or mainstream medicine in the good/bad debate of who is […]

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Sleep Your Way to Einstein Status

October 2, 2009

In order for his mind to function at top performance, Albert Einstein claimed he needed ten hours of sleep each night. (www.nytimes.com) It looks like a brilliant mind and a good night’s sleep are closely linked… “When you take in new information it is held in short term memory circuits for a period of time […]

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Mercury Fillings Are Safe After All!

September 30, 2009

FDA says mercury fillings are safe for children. We now know the FDA is — without a doubt — fruit-looping-crazy. In August, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) — in their great wisdom — have declared mercury (amalgam) fillings completely safe.Even for pregnant women and children. What a relief! Here everybody who had any basic […]

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